These ladies met me this morning for a sunrise run. Between us we have 10 kids. When I put it that way, I’m not sure how any of us got up that early.
In case you’re not familiar, this is a Showchron flatbed film editing table.* A cutting edge piece of technology in the 70’s, it is now a behemoth in the basement. Or at least it was.
It has now been adopted by a new generation, who despite all that digital has to offer, still want to explore film. I knew they were out there.
*This is the first in a series, “Dad’s Basement Diaries.”
It all started when a ball landed right next to his mouth and he didn’t even flinch.We decided it was an opportunity for summer amusement or maybe art.
Scratch one ping pong ball.
One great thing about this city is that when it becomes unpredictably sunny and clear, you can drive five minutes to a park with trails and forest that make you feel five hours away.
We bowled today to celebrate Delaney’s friend’s birthday. Some of us used bumpers. Some of could have used bumpers.
If you like these wood etchings, you too can have one if you dig through my woodpile. The worm who made them may still reside there.